UT Martin master’s programs recognized

The University of Tennessee at Martin’s Master of Science in Natural Resources and Master of Business Administration degrees have been nationally recognized for quality and affordability by a variety of online higher education websites in the past month.

SR Education Group, an education research publisher founded in 2004, ranks the UT Martin Master of Science in Agriculture and Natural Resources degree program 16th among the most affordable online colleges in the nation for this particular degree. The UT Martin program offers three concentration areas in agribusiness and risk management, natural resources systems management, and systems science in agriculture. UT Martin is the highest-ranked Tennessee university in this category.

OnlineMBAPage.com evaluated MBA programs across the nation and chose the top program in each state for inclusion in their most recent list. UT Martin represents Tennessee in this ranking, which is based on online availability, program value, internship and capstone opportunities, and accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

The UT Martin Master of Business Administration degree is ranked seventh among the best online MBA programs for 2019 by OnlineMasters.com. UT Martin is the highest-ranked Tennessee program on this list behind such institutions as Auburn University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The next Tennessee program enters the list at number 32.

TopManagementDegrees.com ranked the top online MBA programs in the nation for 2019 and included UT Martin as tied for 50th place. UT Martin is the only Tennessee institution to appear on this list and is included among such programs as those at Indiana State University and George Washington University.

SR Education Group has also evaluated the UT Martin Online program offerings as a whole and ranked UT Martin 11th among the best online colleges in Tennessee for 2019.

For more information, contact the UT Martin Office of University Relations at 731-881-7615.


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